Hosting: Server Virtualization & Going Green
Posted on 03.10.2008
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On the heels of Website Magazine's Green Hosting article in the February edition, web hosting provider ServInt introduced its new SuperVPS service - a virtual private server which can act as a replacement to traditional dedicated servers in an environmentally conscious way. Ideal for small and medium-size web-based companies, SuperVPS features low energy consumption, low-voltage hardware, carbon-footprint offsetting and green energy credits.
ServInt Founder and CEO Reed Caldwell said, “Many businesses that successfully leverage service providers for web hosting now understand they no longer need a dedicated server to run their applications. They are eager to adopt virtualization as an important component of a Green IT program.” He concluded, “Not only does SuperVPS provide more redundancy than dedicated servers, it also meets the goal of environmental sustainability. It represents ServInt’s vision to provide intelligent web-hosting solutions that support a business’ long-term growth, while supporting the health of the community and the planet.”
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